Full text: Medicina Statica

Seit . VI . O / Venery . 275 
that by Tuch Exercife , juit To much only was thrown off , as was convenient and neccflary to be parted with - , and that in the Room of what was fo charged during the Time of Sleep , there is a freih Recruit of that which is much better and fitter for the Purpofes of the Œconomy . 
A P H . V . 
" The continual Thoughts of venereous Perfons , " render their Bodies fometimes heavier and fome - times lighter - , heavier with a full , but lighter with an empty Stomach . 
Explanation . ] Earneft Thoughts upon a full mach is very likely to retard Digeition , by diforder - ing and interrupting the natural Tenfion and brations of the Fibres - , and as it ftraitens the Fibres in general fo when it happens upon a full Meal , it rather clofes and Ihuts up the Juices in their Paf - fages , than promotes and helps forward their ons - , and therefore does , what was then taken in , remain longer in the Body , and render it heavier ; But when this is upon an empty Stomach , and the Vefiels are empty , in companion to what they are upon a full Meal , fuch a Contrattion of the Solids will occafion their breaking , and making a greater Waite of the Juices , than a more relaxed State would do , and thereby , therefore , muil the body be rendered lighter . 
A P H . VI . 
" After immoderate Coition with a Woman , " whom a Perfon hath been very defirous before , to " enjoy , there will no Wearinefs prefently be felt , " becaufe the Pleafure at fuch a time , afíifts the " Perfpiration of the Heart , and gives it Vigour : 
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